The Catholic Information Center has been chosen as a pilot institution for the University of Dallas Catholic Faith & Culture Program.
This program seeks to enrich the lives of Catholics by providing an intellectual formation that encompasses a breadth and depth of human culture. It explores the history, traditions and works that have shaped the Catholic inheritance, resulting in a deeply Christian portrait of the human person.
Through dialogue and a common engagement in higher-level study made accessible, the program fosters the growth of local Catholic communities and prepares their members for more thoughtful and effective participation in family, church and culture.
Once a week at the CIC participants will engage in a study of our faith that extends across the Liberal Arts philosophy, literature, fine arts, even political science.
The best UD professors and an onsite facilitator will guide you through important concepts and texts. Through this participation in Catholic higher education made accessible, you will think more profoundly about the Catholic faith and discuss these ideas with other members of the D.C. community.
Classes are held from 6:00pm-8:30pm and include dinner and supplies.
Spring Registration is Closed.
Monday, February 4, 11, 25
Monday, March 4, 11, 18, 25
Monday, April 1, 8, 15
To learn more about the courses, program, faculty, and the University of Dallas please click here.
- Course I (10 Weeks) Available Fall and Spring 2018
THE PERSON: LIFE & COMMUNITY
- Course II (10 Weeks) Available Fall 2019
THE PERSON: TRADITION & HISTORY
- Course III (10 Weeks) Available Fall 2020
THE PERSON: ACTION & INFLUENCE
- Course IV (10 Weeks) Available Fall 2021
THE PERSON: MYSTERY & TRANSCENDENCE
“I’m finding the course really intellectually stimulating, but more importantly it has helped me explore literature, science, philosophy and society through the lens of my faith. I have only attended public schools and universities, so that’s kind of a new experience for me. The videos are great, and the discussions are lively. Plus it has been nice to get to know other Catholics with similar interests, since I don’t have many Catholic friends.” --Fall 2018 Course 1 Participant
“I enjoyed my time at CIC very much! It was nice to have structured, dependable time to meet other DC Catholics and intentionally engage with the faith.” –Fall 2018 Course 1 Participant
“I have thoroughly enjoyed the Studies in Catholic Faith and Culture program at the CIC. The course materials provide a unique insight into the shared faith among participating faculty members at University of Dallas; the prepared questions facilitate great discussion among all participants in the program; and the hosting institution and facilitator provide the appropriate professional and enthusiastic support in guiding attendees to make themost of their time in the program.” –Fall 2018 Course 1 Participant
“This course far surpassed my expectations. I am a Protestant, not a Catholic, but have been fascinated by the little I know about Catholic Theology and doctrine. I teach theology at my church, and was amazed at how much broader and deeper Catholic Theology is, and how many different disciplines are integrated in as long as they somehow enrich people’s knowledge of the divine. From this course, I’ve discovered Bishop Barron, and bought his book on Catholicism. I’ve also bought books about Catherine of Sienna and Teresa of Avlla. I feel like this course has opened a whole new world for me, and it is much appreciated.” –Fall 2018 Course 1 Participant
“The program allowed me to grow intellectually and spiritually. Both the videos and the small group discussions were helpful in thinking through how our faith and our culture are connected.” –Fall 2018 Course 1 Participant
Before the first class: 100% refund of cost
Before the second class: 100% refund of cost minus deposit
Before the third class: 75% refund of cost minus deposit
After the third class: No Refund
Deposit of $150 due by first class (required to participate)
Final Payment due by 8th class (late fees will incur after this point)